Getting out to truly experience the magnificent destinations around the world is one of the many ways Princess can introduce groups to the world’s most memorable destinations.
Last year, the City of Austin started requiring ride-hailing companies, both ride-share companies and taxis, to fingerprint its drivers, and both Uber and Lyft pulled out in protest.
Virtual events can quickly get boring for attendees, so keep them engaged by using images and video clips or asking questions throughout your presentation.
The night before a major meeting or event is almost always likely to come with it’s own set of snafus.
Companies are putting a much greater emphasis on finding employees who fit their company’s culture instead of necessarily hiring the most qualified person for the job.
One of the easiest ways to get hacked is by connecting to a hot spot that looks correct—i.e., has the airport or café name in it.
While interacting will help get attention for your personal brand, so will creating communities related to your professional industry.
Meeting planners can now befriend Rose who takes robotic customer service to another level, with sassy commentary and 24/7 accessibility for guests via text message.
ttendees will enter their room and be able to join their personal, secure network, which will then prompt them with a Cast Button.
Attendees can interact with the BCEC's main attraction, Swing Time, a set of swings with solar-powered LED lights that change color when swung at varying speeds and heights.
The new 2-mile KC Streetcar is zipping away across the downtown core, ushering groups and locals into a new era of smart city technology in the process.
Several hotels offer attendees the option to borrow fitness shoes and attire, but what about building them?
Guests can now test out VR content using Vive Zone, which offers gaming, entertainment and interactions.
As virtual attendance at meetings popularizes, virtual-event technology will become more advanced.
Planners considering Los Angeles can now experience 360-degree views of more than 50 venues and locations via meetL.A.'s new virtual travel platform.
Submissions for the ibtm world Technology and Innovation Watch Award are judged on innovation, completeness of concept and the value of the product to the meetings industry.
ALICE essentially handles back-of-house communication in one platform, making the property’s guest services more efficient
Piggybacking its launch of Skype Translator last year, Microsoft will start to roll out its live captioning feature for meeting broadcasts in 40 languages.
Aloft Hotels' voice-activated hotel rooms will feature a personalized welcome screen that prompts attendees to use their own voice to make decisions for everything from the room’s temperature to preset lighting options.
These five must-have apps can make the international meeting planner's job that much easier.
Meeting attendees can fight human trafficking by uploading hotel room photos to a new app called TraffickCam which helps investigators gather information.
Meeting planners can give attendees access to specific information, prizes and downloadable materials to help draw them into a specific trade-show booth or presentation located just a few feet away.
Educate not just attendees, but also speakers, exhibitors and sponsors who have a lot to gain from using the app.
By using Snapchat’s “Story” feature, you can update followers with a series of videos and images on the progress of the preparation for your event as well as ads that build excitement about the event.
In-room iPads feature newspaper, alarm clock and weather app functions as well as details about the hotel and surrounding area.